the Week of Christ the King / Proper 29 / Ordinary 34
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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary Hebrew Lexicon
Strong's #7588 - שָׁאוֹן
1) roar, din, crash, uproar
1a) roar (of water)
1b) uproar (of revellers)
Nm) afs (סהוא ShWA) - I. Storm:A loud and destructive crashing of thunder and waves. II. Empty:In the sense of destroyed. Empty words or actions. KJV (53): desolate, vain, vanity, false, lying lies - Strongs: H7722 (שֹׁאָה), H7723 (שַׁו)
Nf1) eafs (סהואה ShWAH) - Storm: A loud and destructive crashing of thunder or waves. KJV (14): desolation, destruction, desolate, destroy, storm, wasteness - Strongs: H7722 (שֹׁאָה), H7584 (שַׁאֲוָה)
Jeff Benner, Ancient Hebrew Research Center Used by permission of the author.
1 roar of water (waves), Isaiah 17:12 ("" הָמָה), simile of noise of invading host, so Isaiah 17:13, but strike out Du Che Hpt Marti, as doublet; roar of this host Isaiah 17:12 ("" הָמוֺן), compare שְׁאוֺן קוֺלָם Jeremiah 51:55 of waves also Psalm 65:8 (twice in verse); of din, or crash of battle Amos 2:2; Hosea 10:14; Psalm 74:23; ׳בְּנֵי שׁ Jeremiah 48:45 (i. e. warriors); of battle in which ׳י beats down his foes Jeremiah 25:31, compare Isaiah 66:6; of gathering hosts Isaiah 13:4; זָרִים Isaiah 25:3 (Du Marti, plausibly, גְּאוֺן זְדִים, as Isaiah 13:11); read ׳שׁ also probably (for שַׁאֲנָן, q. v.) 2 Kings 19:28 = Isaiah 37:29; in mocking appell. of Pharaoh (Necho), Jeremiah 46:17 ׳מּ (ᵐ5ᵑ6 ᵑ9) קִרְאוּ שֵׁם call ye the name of Phoenician a crash.
2 uproar of revellers Isaiah 5:14; Isaiah 24:8. — ׳בּוֺר שׁ Psalm 40:3, pit of roaring (of waters? figurative, compare מַעֲמַקֵּימַֿיִם Psalm 69:3, where also "" יָוִן); Thes and others of destruction (see √ 2), but against usage of שָׁאוֺן; > Du proposes בּוֺר שָׁוְא (compare נָפַת שָׁוְא Isaiah 30:28).
שָׁאוֹן m. (from the root שָׁאָה
(1) noise, tumult, as of waters, Psalms 65:8 of a great crowd of men, Isaiah 5:14, 13:4 24:8 of war, Amos 2:2; Hosea 10:14 of clamour, Psalms 74:23; Jeremiah 25:31. Jeremiah 48:45, שָׁאוֹן בְּנֵי “the sons of noise,” i.e. tumultuous soldiers.
(2) devastation, destruction. Psalms 40:3, בּוֹר שָׁאוֹן “the pit of destruction;” Jeremiah 46:17.
[“שָׁאַט an unused root, i.q. שׁוּט No. II, to loathe, Hence-”]